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... is apparently quite ancient. In Homer’s Odyssey there is mention of it being cultivated outside Calypso's cave, when she is holding Odysseus captive. That was about 800 BC!
Today in France the bulbous root is usually sliced into matchsticks and served in a mayonnaise vinaigrette sauce to make céleri rémoulade. This is often included in plates of raw vegetable salads which are a common first course in French meals. It is delicious.
From Ghent we went to Paris by train where we met up
with the rest of our cruise group at a hotel in the Opera area.
Next day (22nd) we travelled by train from Paris to Dijon
where we had 2 hours to ourselves to look around. Dijon is
the historic capital of Burgundy and is second only to Paris in terms of its
architecture and heritage – so we were told. We (of course!), went
to see its Cathedral, ...
... pretty cool to hear though.
Afterwards we walked through the surrounding park alongside the Seine, and found a small cafe for a coffee and Crepes! From here we walked through the Latin quarter and checked out a few shops. We continued walking for ages...I'm not even sure where we ended up, until Ma and Pa suggested we get a taxi to the Luxembourg Gardens. So we hopped in a cab and soon arrived at the gardens.They were ...
... several films,
such as Kafka's The Trial adapted by Orson Welles, and as a haven for the Renaud–Barrault Theatre Company and for auctioneers, while the Hôtel Drouot was being ...
... restoring part of it so it doesn't look as good as it did my first time due to the scaffolding. It is still a sight to behold! We decided to get a drink but really we wanted to sit down. Paris is one of those cities where I forget how much I am walking because the city is beautiful. We sat down at the first place we saw and took in the views of the Champs Élysées! Fast forward a little bit: I found out later from my Parisian friend Charlotte that ...